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"The White Rose" is a drama included in our program to illustrate
the work of cinematographer Billy Bitzer, a star of Silent Hall of Fame.
This film is a D. W. Griffith 'hidden gem'. It is not well known, but
deserves a serious look.
A wealthy man about to start a career as a minister has a brief affair with
a simple working girl. He walks away, but can't escape the memories of that
D. W. Griffith Produced by D. W.
Griffith Scenario by
D.W. Griffith Starring
Mae Marsh, Ivor Novello, Carol Dempster, Neil Hamilton, Lucille La
Verne, Porter Strong Cinematography Billy Bitzer, Hendrik Sartov
and Hal Sintzenich Distributed by United Artists Release date
May 21, 1923 Running time 1 hour, 38
United States Language
Silent film, English intertitles
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